21 June 2021
True Colors showcase global talent who've overcome adversity
True Colors release new music video showcasing the talents of performers who have overcome adversity from around the globe, covering the Des'ree hit 'You Gotta Be'.
15 June 2021
Brighton Fringe Review: Truth Be Told
"Maybe what you don't know can hurt you"
6 June 2021
Brighton Fringe Review: The LadyBoys of Bangkok
A review of the glamorous performance by the ladyboys! Brace yourself for a unique show and talent.
4 June 2021
Signature Sound Acapella
Signature Sound Acapella are a South African music group that are masters of heavenly harmonies.
3 June 2021
Brighton Fringe Review: Social Distancing
Tommy Papaioannou challenges his audience to reflect upon the flaws of modern society with his new sensational, satirical play Social Distancing
8 June 2021
Theatre Peckham’s brand new Resident Company invites you to SCRAPS
One of Theatre Peckham’s first in-person events after reopening, SCRAPS features snippets of works in progress by resident company NO TABLE’s up-and-coming artists, including exclusive play excerpts, poetry and movement pieces, all in their rawest form.
19 February 2021
Playmakers launch 'Writing to Play' local initiative
Playmakers, a Winchester-based arts charity, has launched a new initiative to help engage and support local performance writers called Writing to Play. Read on to find out more and see how you can get involved!
19 January 2021
OFFWESTEND announces finalists for new online theatre award OnComm
ONCOMM celebrates online, in-app, streamed, audio and other shows that can be accessed by audiences remotely.
21 November 2020
Online concert with Chris Hill & Amy Butler
Our VC and flautist Chris Hill and pianist Amy Butler perform the latest concert in the Howden Music Project lunchtime series.
15 September 2020
One Song, Two Futures
Billie Eilish and Miley Cyrus present the same song in different ways to portray their aspirations for the future.
5 August 2020
Stop justifying art on a financial imperative, says performance artist Fauve Alice
What does it mean to be a performance artist? Fauve Alice talks us through her work
11 June 2020
Quilla Constance invites us to break down barriers in ‘Teasing out Contingencies’
We chat with interdisciplinary artist QC who shares her work at Tate Exchange, Tate Modern
25 April 2020
Flamenco in support of our NHS Staff & Volunteer heroes
Tune into this flamenco fundraising event in aid of the NHS
10 March 2020
Interview with Ned Cooper, actor
Ned is an actor from Sheffield who made the plunge to move to London, and is now working with acclaimed Spies Like Us on their latest work, Speed Dial.
3 March 2020
A new era for The 1975
The 1975 step into their new aesthetic comfortably and continue to create fresh music whilst finding innovative ways to keep large-scale performances engaging.
22 December 2019
Interview With Sandrine Monin
I sat down to chat with French choreographer, dancer and teacher Sandrine Monin about the creation of her newest work; ‘The Shopkeeper’.
27 November 2019
I wanted more than survival, says performance poet Neal Pike
"The 90s was very much a place where disabled people could only survive and never aspire to anything more."
21 November 2019
Les Misérables leaves you anything but!
A review of the All Star Staged Concert of Les Misérables at the Gielgud Theatre.